From Lily Collins's Tangerine Dream Dress to Kim Catrall's Elbow-Length Gloves, See the Buzziest Looks of the Week!
See which looks editors loved this week, and which one missed the mark
You think you’re a Last Night’s Look: Love It or Leave It addict? You should stop by the office sometime to see us passionately debating, defending and delighting in celeb styles — the good, the bad and the wacky. This week, we round up two looks we were loving and one we’re less crazy about — check ’em out below and let us know your faves in the comments!
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Love It: Lily Collins’s Magic Maticevski Moment: The moment I saw Lily’s strapless Maticevski dress at the Love, Rosie premiere in Tokyo, Japan, this week, I sent a one word email to my colleague: “MINE.” Because it’s obviously the prettiest look of the week, if not the year. Here’s why. The color: How perfect is tangerine for this architectural piece? Structured silhouettes can look a little stiff, but the unexpected hue is feels so fun (and if you haven’t see images of that back I have a surprise for you, there’s an exposed zipper!). The sheer shoes: Thanks to Lily’s high-low hem, we get a glimpse of those exquisite see-through pumps. Consequentially, I’ve been online shopping for a pair for days. The hair and makeup: Yes, Lily’s brows are everything, but that sparkly copper eye shadow and faux bob and bangs are flawless. –Jackie Fields, Beauty Writer
Love It: Kate Hudson’s Oh-So-Chic Onesie: Usually I’m not a jumpsuit person, but this Paper London one on Kate is so feminine and romantic — in a cool, relevant way — that I’m reconsidering. The blush shade makes her skin glow. The wide-leg pant drapes as elegantly as a dress. And the triple straps add a modern feel. Bonus points for topping it with a wispy topknot and delicate gold jewelry which make her look like a high-fashion ballerina .–Loni Venti, Style and Beauty Editor
Leave It: Kim Cattrall’s Matchy-Matchy Fail: She may have been going for a sexy, Jessica Rabbit vibe, but in my opinion this look missed the mark (and the majority of PEOPLE readers seem to agree with me). Yes, Kim was at the theater (the only place really appropriate to wear elbow-length formal gloves, unless your a Downton Abbey extra), but her hand warmers looked too big and bunchy on her , and the gold cuff was an unnecessary accessory. I will say, not many 58-year-old’s can pull off a body-loving silhouette like that. If she skipped the gloves and matching clutch, I might have felt differently about the whole ensemble.–Brittany Talarico, Style News Editor